Proverb of the Day
I n-am a bhídh a rugadh tú.
You were born at meal time.
Explanation: Said to someone who always seems to come in just as dinner is starting, on the understanding that he does it deliberately to fill his belly for free. It's often said mockingly, though.
Other Irish Proverbs
There's no memory of the bread that's eaten.
The shortcut to food and the long way around to work.
Hunger after grace.
Hunger is a good sauce.
Potatoes at night and potatoes during the day, and if I got up in the middle of the night, it's potatoes I'd get.